... the 4,400 year old tomb survived the flood which according to JW occured about 30 years later. JW doubt the accuracy of the C14 method. The stalagmites found in China will improve the accuracy of the C14 method. I personally don't believe in the worldwide flood.
Archaeologists discover ancient 4,400-year-old tomb decorated with hieroglyphs in Egypt
Yep science, modern technology, and reality sorta kinda undermine the book of Hebrew Mythology (aka bible)
Flood - haaaaa - good one.
He said flood. Haaaaa
FYI - if there were waters in the 'heavens" enough to have a global flood that "moved" continents" and such story book BS, well...
1. Atmospheric pressure prior to the flood would have been so HIGH it would have been crushing for any life on existing on land. (think of a bunny rabbit with the weight of say 200 feel of water sitting over its little furry head. Squish.
2. It would not create a tropical paradise from pole to pole. We would have a SUPER HEATED planet, much like venus. Or depending on amount of water in the "heavens" and Ice World. FYI genearly it gets cooler when the clouds cover the sun right? :)
Sorry for the typos:)
Very interesting that they've found a tomb 4,400 years old.
Where I live, in Bolton, the local museum's Egyptian wing reopened a couple of months ago. There is a mummy in his tomb/coffin, and they've opened his coffin so the public can see the mummy. The mummy is of a man who died at approx. 30 years old. They don't know his name but his expensive bandages suggest someone wealthy or important. The coffin that he's in is someone else's coffin - it was originally a woman's coffin, apparently.
And here he is ...
This mummy is 3,250 years old. That's quite something. Imagine someone dying today and being mummified, and then being discovered in the year 5232. It boggles the mind.